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There Is Nothing to Celebrate on Nigeria's Independence Day – Seun Kuti

 In a statement on Friday, the convener of the group Movement of the People noted that Nigeria is currently troubled with high level of hunger, insecurity and unemployment.


Kuti
Seun Kuti
 
 
Nigerian singer Seun Kuti has said that the near-collapse of Nigeria leaves it with nothing to celebrate on the country's 61st Independence Day.
 
In a statement on Friday, the convener of the group Movement of the People noted that Nigeria is currently troubled with high level of hunger, insecurity and unemployment.
“It is fitting to bring you all warm solidarity greetings as we celebrate the 61st anniversary of our dear nation! Even though there is nothing to celebrate, owing to the near-collapse in the state of our dear nation.

“With the worrisome level of hunger, insecurity, high rate of unemployment, and wanton looting, the celebration of today’s anniversary calls for a sober reflection and the need to re-organise ourselves to get involved in the democratic process with the view to set the nation on the road to recovery.”
 
Seun also urged Nigerian youths to participate in the voting process to make Nigeria great again.
 
“The decision to get Nigeria working from this moribund and mechanistic level is in our ‘thumbs’ and it is neither in the bombs nor bullets. The Movement of The People has now given every Nigerian of voting age the political platform to chose credible leaders across the 36 States and 774 local government of the federation,”
 
“The ongoing voter’s registration exercise is the starting point and all eligible Nigerians must get their voters card as the 2023 election has given us an ample opportunity as a people to collectively unite using the M.O.P as a platform to dislodge dealers called leaders,” he said.
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